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12/1291/MOUT Development of the site to provide up to 930 dwellings, a new link road, employment area (B1a Use Class), park and ride facility, local centre/square, health and fitness centre, creche, public and private open space and car and cycle parking, together with landscaping and associated servicing (all matters reserved except points of access)
Tithebarn Green, Land At Monkerton, Exeter And Redhayes/North Of Blackhorse, East Devon
This site is part of the “West End” development in East Devon. It had been planned to come forward after 2021, but has been given permission.
16/1934/MRES Reserved Matters application in relation to phase 4, pursuant to outline planning permission 12/1291/MOUT, for the provision of a new Country Park, pedestrian and cycle links (including 2 timber bridges), sustainable urban drainage and associated infrastructure. The partial discharge of conditions 1, 4, 5, 10, 13, 17, 19 and 21 together will the full discharge of condition 6 of application 12/1291/MOUT relating to phase 4.
Country Park Phases 4 Old Tithebarn Lane Clyst Honiton Approved
16/1935/MRES Reserved Matters application in relation to phase 2, pursuant to outline planning permission 12/1291/MOUT, for the erection of 248 dwellings, public open space, landscape planting, pedestrian, cycle and vehicular links (including the western extent of the Mosshayne Link Road) and associated infrastructure. The partial discharge of conditions 1, 4, 5, 7, 10, 13, 17, 19, 20, and 21 of application 12/1291/MOUT relating to phases 2.
Land North Of Old Tithebarn Lane Clyst Honiton
17/0644/MRES Reserved matters approval application for approval of all matters (including access, appearance, landscaping, layout and scale) in relation to the development of the Southern Mosshayne Link Road in accordance with outline planning permission 12/1291/MOUT dated 29/11/13. The partial discharge of conditions 4, 13 and 21 on the outline planning permission 12/1291/MOUT Land South Of Tithebarn Lane Clyst Honiton
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